Now the work outgrows the Pacific Northwest, expands to Los Angeles, and faces new problems and oppositions. By mid-May, 1941, the weekly listening audience, over the three stations in Eugene and Portland, Oregon, and in Seattle, had grown to a quarter of a million people. That seemed a huge audience. Indeed, it was a huge audience. The work of God, having been started so very small was, as stated before, growing up. The circulation of The Plain Truth had gone up to 5,000 copies. We had started on the air in Seattle, on 1,000-watt KRSC, on September 15, 1940.
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